New Kindle Fire Hands On Videos

The web is a-buzz with the introduction of the new Kindles, in particular the Kindle Fire Tablet.  Want to see it in action?  Well, I’ve searched YouTube for “Hands On videos” for the Fire, but they were mostly videos of an Amazon rep playing with the Fire.  Not the most exciting, but it gives you a opportunity to check out the look, and speed of the Fire.  So, I’ll share two of these videos, just for you.

Check them out, after the break:

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Cool Video of the Day: Counting Cash with old school tech

You may wonder why this video made it onto TechTilt.  Well, counting cash requires technology, and what better technology is represented by our opposable thumbs?   There are many similar videos out there, and of course the video is generalizing about how an entire country counts money – but I’m wondering if anyone can verify these as being generally factual?



Gamestop Black Friday Ad Circular

Gamestop is offering up several combo deals on consoles and price drops on games for Black Friday.  A few of the highlights are a free copy of Madden 11 or Medal of Honor with the $199 Xbox 360, free copy of God of War I, II and III with the $299 PS3, Just Dance, Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort with the $199 Wii, and Halo: Reach or Fable III for $39.99 each.

Check out the rest in the ad scans below. [Read more…]

New Samsung H-Series Camorders at CES 2010

Samsung H-Series

At CES 2010, Samsung added to its camcorder lineup with the HMX-H200, HMX-203, HMX-H204 and HMX-H205 which use solid state drives as storage.  Each of the new cameras uses a 3.32MP CMOS sensor and a 20x optical zoom that’s 37mm on the wide end. All cameras feature a 2.7-inch touch screen display and capture video at 1920 x 1080 at 60i, 1280 x 720 at 60p, or 720 x 640 at 60p.

Storage space is where the cameras start to show their differences.  The H200 uses SD and SDHC cards for storage.  The H203 offers 8GB in internal storage.  The H204 offers 16GB of internal storage.  The H205 offers 32GB of internal storage.

All new H-Series cameras should be available in March 2010.

The Samsung H200 has an initial retail price of $399.99.  Check availability on

The Samsung H203 has an initial retail price of $399.99.  Check availability on

The Samsung H204 has an initial retail price of $499.99.  Check availability on

The Samsung H205 has an initial retail price of $399.99.  Check availability on

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